unvarying

adjective
un·​vary·​ing | \ ˌən-ˈver-ē-iŋ How to pronounce unvarying (audio) \

Definition of unvarying

: not exhibiting change or variation : not varying a steady, unvarying rhythm an unvarying routine

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unvaryingly adverb

Examples of unvarying in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web But speed climbing takes place on a standard, unvarying course. The Economist, "New Olympic sports adjust to the limelight," 31 Dec. 2019 Andy Warhol was among the celebrities Tseng importuned at the Met, and there is something of Warhol’s nineteen-sixties self-invention in Tseng’s cultivation of an unvarying image, a mask that made the most of his outsider station. Brian Dillon, The New Yorker, "Tseng Kwong Chi, an “Ambiguous Ambassador” to Life in America," 23 June 2019 The seemingly unvarying nature of Orientalism provoked a good deal of criticism of Said’s thesis and still does. Adam Shatz, The New York Review of Books, "‘Orientalism,’ Then and Now," 20 May 2019 Later, advances in training voice- and photo-recognition software showed even more of a need for hardware that could quickly process a ton of unvarying information, the same stuff used to make 3D graphics. Popular Mechanics, "What AI Can Really Do Right Now," 17 Oct. 2017 Second, light travels at an unvarying speed of 186,000 miles a second. NBC News, "What is relativity? Einstein's mind-bending theory explained," 13 Apr. 2018 As the shellshocked Milne newly returned from the Western Front, Mr. Gleeson wears a virtually unvarying expression of acute intestinal distress. Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times, "Review: ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ Unspools a Difficult Childhood," 11 Oct. 2017 When in town, Versace had an unvarying morning routine -- walking to the nearby News Cafe to pick up newspapers and magazines to read on the beach. By Rick Jervis, Yves Colon And Andres Viglucci, miamiherald, "Versace, fashion superstar, was murdered in South Beach 20 years ago. Now, a TV show," 7 May 2017

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First Known Use of unvarying

1690, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unvarying was in 1690

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“Unvarying.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unvarying. Accessed 23 January 2020.

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unvarying

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English Language Learners Definition of unvarying

: always the same : never changing or varying

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